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red mail Charles Mugridge
I am researching the name of Charles Mugridge born about 1844 in Newhaven. Father Edward and mother Susannah. They lived in 1861 at 23 High Street Newhaven. He joined the Navy in 1860 and it is believed he was the Interpreter onboard SS Maine when it sank in the Channel 21/11/1917. Any information please!
red mail Ash family in Peacehaven, 1920's
In the early 1920's John 'Jack' Ash, his wife Fanny and their children moved to Peacehaven, Buying some land and eventually building a property on it known as Montrose Lodge. Any information about the family at that time would be very much appreciated.
red mail Laker family - Newhaven 1880/90s
Any info please on Isaac & Selina Laker nee Lind, living & bringing up their family in Newhaven in the 1880s + 1890s (Chaple Street + Elphick Road) Isaac & Selina Laker where my Great grandparents, so any info on them & their decendants would be greatfully recieved.
red mail Francis John Laker - Newhaven/Canada
Francis b 1884 married Elizabeth Jane Flowers b 1885 in 1905 they had 2 children = William Francis b 1906 & Kathleen b 1909. The parents & William Francis seem to have emigrated to Canada in 1913/4. Francis John Laker was my Grand uncle & i would like to find out more about the family/decendants. Please let me know of any info you may have.
red mail William LEAVER and Albert School
Seeking information on the family of William Castle LEAVER and his wife Maria Ashwell KING and the Albert School. William was schoolmaster at Albert School in High Street, Newhaven, from the 1850s to 1880s. William was born at High Wycombe but grew up at Bray and married at Newhaven. They had six children, William Castle, Marion Gertrude, Annie Maria, Elinor Mary, Frederick and Harold.
red mail Roberts-Seaford, Newhaven, Birling Gap:Sussex
I'm trying to find details on an Edward T Roberts who was born in St.Thomas, WI abt 1807 and m Sarah Jane ?? (b abt 1816 Gravesend, Kent) and lived in Seaford in 1841, Newhaven from abt 1844 through 1852, and Birling Gap in mid 1850's. Children: Edward (1837), William (1839 and married Lizzie b USA), Sarah (1841), Ann (1844), Emma (1845), Frederic (1850), John (1852), Edward (1854), Catherine (1856 m Samuel Johnson). Males in family were mariners, and second Edward maybe my GGrandfather who emigrated to New York in 1880's.
red mail Blunden/Trill
Any help with Sarah Blunden & James Trill would be appreciated. I know that they had twins-James Trill and Sarah Trill Blunden. Think they married but it was much later than the births if at all. Sarah T rill Blunden married Thomas Fulwood and they had 5 sons, 2 of whom emigrated to Australia.
red mail whites family
I am tracing my family names of WHITE, my grandmother Maud Ada White married William Robert Bond in Lewes 1924. Her brother Charles George White marries Doris Ricketts in Newhaven and have a daughter June in 1930. The other sister Eleanor Ida Jane White marries Thomas Bishop also in Newhaven. Any info on these family members would be gratefully recieved.Their children will be cousins to my Father David James Bond. Thanks Linda
red mail Brooks
I am searching for information on the Brooks family from Newhaven, particularly my Great-Grandfather William Arthur Brooks (c1871 - 02/10/1937) who I believe was born in Yorkshire. He married my great grandmother (Kathleen, nee Henty) in July 1892, and lived in Chapel Street until his death in 1937. I believe they had at least 8 children. I believe he started married life as a mariner but soon changed jobs to be a coal porter. Any information available would be gratefully received.
red mail James Morgan & Eliza Faulconer m1833 Newhaven
Would be grateful for any info on the family of Capt James Morgan & Eliza Faulconer m 1833 Newhaven, Sussex. Especially interested to know if their son, Capt Hill Faulconer Morgan married Adelaide Aplin and is she is related to her sister-in-law's husband, Elphinstone Aplin. Thanks. Bob
red mail BOOKER family
I would be grateful for any details of the Booker family, lived and born in Newhaven, consisting of James and Elizabeth Booker, parents to Elizabeth, Eva, Henry, John, Alice and Walter all around the 1853 to 1900's.
red mail Arlward, Bannister, Mockett, Stephens
We have several members of these families on our tree, in Newhaven. The Arlwards in the 18th Cent, others in the 19th. Do you have connections?
red mail Holder Family
I am searching my family tree on my mothers side surname of Holder. They worked mainly on the land or railway living in Heighton or Tarring Neville. Any help would be very gratefull
red mail Jemima T(h)omsett
Does anyone know of Jemima who was married to James Lind on 9 May 1813 at Newhaven?I am trying to find her Birthday and parents,so if you know them I'd be grateful to hear from you,Jean.
red mail Mugridge in Newhaven
Would like to hear from anyone researching Mugridge in Newhaven. In particular, Charles Mugridge b. 1844 possible son of Edward and Susannah Mugridge.
red mail Robt NOAKES & Elizabeth BAKER m1770s
Would be grateful for any info about the family of Robert Noakes of Newhaven who married Eliz Baker 1770s in Sussex, England (she perhaps of Cowfold or Ewehurst). His daughter, Sarah, married Thomas Chippen Faulconer 1792 in Clapham, Surrey. His will of 1805 indicates his brothers were: John, Benjamin, William and Lawrence Noakes. He also indicates his wife's siblings as: William Baker, Ann Tompsett and Sarah Lambert. In the 1793 will of Sarah Tilbury there is this note about him: "Bequeathes the residue of her personal estate to Philip Moore, Robert Nokes and Thomas Chippen Faulconer to purchase annuities for Mary Peake for life, not to be subject to her husband Joseph Peake, and after her decease to her children at 21 years, the interest in the meantime to be used for their maintenance and clothing Appoints Philip Moore, Robert Nokes and Thomas Chippen Faulconer her executors" Thanks for any suggestions. Bob - Connecticut USA
red mail Hill House
The 1947 electoral roll has a Mary Fuller living at Hill House, Church Hill, Newhaven. As this address no longer exists can anyone tell me where in Church Hill it was. Was it forerunner of the Downs Hospital (previously the Union workhouse?)
red mail Brooker, Stevens
William Gillam Brooker b c1775 married Jane Stevens in 1802, they had at least 4 children, Benjamin, Martha, George and Lucy, all born in Newhaven between 1814 and 1826, can anyone provide further information please?
red mail Stone
I am searching for information regarding Henry Dean Stone b c1789 in Epsom. He moved to Newhaven in c1800 and married Catherine (???). They had at least 5 children (Ellen, Charles, Henry, Jane & Maria) , all born in Newhaven between 1812 & 1835. I am particularly keen to find Catherine's surname, can anyone help with locating their marriage details or provide any other relevant information?
red mail Family name EAGER
My Mother was born in Newhaven in 1909, name Nellie Smart but, her Mother was from the family of Eager. I would be very glad to get in touch with any family of that name. Most of the men were sea going but that is all I know.
red mail Stone, Brooker
My great grandfather Charles Stone was born in 1813 in Newhaven and married Martha Brooker (b1816) in 1840. Their son Charles, my grandfather was born in 1845. I would like to hear from anyone researching either family line.
Anybody out there ?
red mail Chant
Would like to hear from anyone researching CHANTs from Denton, Newhaven, later Piddinghoe.
red mail Dine, Richard Harris
My ancestor, Richard Harris Dine was born in Newhaven on 13th July 1862. He was the son of Robert Dine (a mariner with the Merchant Service) and Dinah Dine (nee Harris). Sometime between 1866 and 1872 the Dine family moved up to Heworth, County Durham. I would be interested to hear from any relatives.
red mail Bollen And The Drove
My mother's family name is Bollen and in the 20s to 30s of the 20th century they ran or owned for a while The Drove Garage on the entry to Newhaven from the east. It was still there a few years ago but not a garage as such any more. I have pictures of my mother Lilian Elizabeth Georgina Bollen, all ringlets and toothy grins, with some very smart young men and what we think is a Hispano Suiza wgich was a very up-market machine for what must have then been about 1935. Anyone know anything?

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